Making your own best friend necklace is actually relatively simple and open-ended. Kids of all ages will be so excited about this project and parents will love that it’s easy and mess free. Give your children the supplies and let them take the lead.
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Make some fun New Year’s Eve noisemakers that are fun for the kids but not too noisy for the parents!
Make these jingly party necklaces with supplies from Kid Made Modern's New Year's Eve party Kit ahead of time to wear to ring in 2022!
Snow globes are a nostalgic holiday decoration: from the characters inside to the color of the falling snow. And you can’t just have one, snow globes are better in groups. So that just means you have to continue adding to your collection, and what better way than creating your own?!
We love finding ways of creating a world and characters to play with together. This DIY diorama is a fun way to get creative by building an environment for your favorite creatures to play and explore together. We made our very own Slumberkins Dragon using their home between the moon and sun!
Fall leaf crafts are some of my favorite to create! I love the warmth of fall colors. Every year my kids and I create paper leaves to decorate our home. I love that there are so many ways you can paint, decorate, and display leaves. This year, we are making these paper leaf wreaths to decorate our home! The Autumn Craft Kit pairs so beautifully with these simple-to-make leaves and the results are stunning. Read below to learn how to make your own!
I love creating rainbow crafts with my kids. They get so excited about bright colors! When we first looked through the Bright Beads Jewelry Kit, she went straight for the rainbow beads and was so excited to create with it!
This photo frame is a fun DIY that you and your child can create together using the Arts and Crafts Library. Add a photo from the first day of school and you can keep it for years to come to remember this special time!
This collage is a wonderful way to celebrate the 4th of July! Use the items in your Rainbow Craft Kit to practice color matching and sorting as you create your own flag.
We’ll be recycling cardboard and sheets of chipboard to create a colorful planter full of all our favorite plants and flowers, throw in a few insects and a bluebird; now it feels like Spring!